Photo by Simon Gentry

Hope Stone's HopeWerks presents The Girl Who Sang With Her Feet by William vonReichbauer, a multi-disciplinary production incorporating theater, music and dance for an intended audience of elementary school age children. The play follows the story of a young girl who possesses unique talents that are neither recognized nor valued by the community in which she lives. Ashamed of her differences, she runs away from home, meets a cast of colorful characters along her journey, and ultimately develops her own sense of self-worth around her one-of-a-kind abilities.

Returning home, she finds herself in a unique position to save the day and prove herself to those who previously shunned her.

William vonReichbauer is a multi-instrumentalist, vocalist and composer. His performances include works ranging from the Renaissance to world premieres of new music, classical to honky tonk, rockabilly to heavy metal.

The HopeWerks program is a space residency offered to emerging choreographers and performance artists to assist them in the early stages of their artistic journey. Artists are given three months of rehearsal time at Hope Stone Studio to create their work. At the end of the three months, the artists present a work-in-progress showing to the public at Hope Stone Studio.



Hope Stone Place
1210 W. Clay St.
Houston, TX 77019-4191


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